Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blood bank:

2 syllables:
flood back,
flood banks,
cfa franc,
chief frank,
flush tank,
gas tank,
but back,
cut back,
get back,
put back,
brush back,
come back,
dutch banks,
hung back,
mel blanc,
men back,
mus bac,
peg back,
ran back,
run back,
rural banks,
struck back,
swung back,
then back,
u.s. banks,
was back,
rugged banks,
scaled back,
gas mask,
just ask,
must ask,
butt pack,
in banc,
bharat sanchar,
but lack,
but thanks,
chief plank,
front rank,
hub plank,
must thank,
nut sack,
bulk tank,
can ask,
drunk tank,
dural sac,
flush tanks,
gum lac,
gun rack,
judge frank,
lung sac,
man jack,
mud bass,
mud baths,
shrunk shank,
sludge tanks,
then ask,
thumb tack,
was frank,
when jack,
young frank,
head back,
lead back,
stood back,
just back,
parent banks,
rushed back,
trust banks,
break ones back,
chief black,
comes back,
cul de sac,
douglas black,
gas black,
judge black,
judge brack,
loved frank

3 syllables:
extra blank,
added frank,
allan bakke,
urban banks,
added black,
muddy banks,
extra track,
added tasks,
draw a blank,
drew a blank,
ended tasks,
extra black,
extra blanks,
uncle frank,
asset backed,
extra tanks,
utter blank,
added tax,
become black,
cover back,
cover blank,
extra thanks,
hubbard tank,
major banks

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